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AAS Fashion Design Curriculum

PAFS 1140- Fashion Techniques: Accessories

This is an advanced fashion course where students produce their own original designs. They go through the whole process: from original concept, to garment development, to finished garment(s). Students get an overview of the creation of a contemporary Fashion Accessory Collection. The collection begins with inspiration and ends with the creation of the finished collection. […]

PAFS 1130- Fashion Portfolio

This course is designed for upper level students in Fashion Design. They learn how to translate their design concepts into an effective and powerful Fashion Portfolio.

PAFS 1180- Fashion Drawing 2

This course concentrates on developing the fashion silhouette and fabric rendering techniques using a variety of materials. Students will study the interconnectivity between fabric weight/texture and garment representation based on rendered croquis.

PAFS 1439- CAD Photo-Illustrator

This is an intensive course of CAD (Computer Aided Design) that covers the basics of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. These are two of the most versatile programs used by leading apparel and textile companies. Students learn how to utilize them and customize them for fashion design industry needs.

PAFS 1500- European Fashion, Tradition & Innovation

The School of Fashion is pleased to announce a very unique summer fashion course, taught by faculty member Tamara Albu. This course introduces students to European fashion, traditions, and innovation in cultural and economic context as it relates to and compliments the US fashion industry. As a site-line course, it incorporates study both in New […]